• Classics: Mark Appleyard—Sorry

    Classics: Mark Appleyard—Sorry
    It's a two-for-Tuesday in the Classics with Mark Appleyard.This time it's from his first Flip vid part, Sorry.
  • Classics: Mark Appleyard In Photosynthesis

    Classics: Mark Appleyard In Photosynthesis
    In the late '90s, tales of a skate-prodigy coming out of Canada shook the industry. Habitat grabbed him first.
  • Classics: Neil Blender

    Classics: Neil Blender
    Neil Blender is one of the true originals in skating. He invented the gay twist, Donner Party, and numerous others, and was always speaking in circles. Check this video and interview and find out why skaters are crazy folk. 400 bucks? Think about it...
  • Classics: EMB

    Classics: EMB
    EMB ruled all in the mid-'90s. Drake Jones was a local favorite, Hurley was gnarly, and some kid named Jamie Thomas ollied the Gonz gap barefoot.
  • Classics: Playground Contest

    Classics: Playground Contest
    Phelps filmed it, so this '93 vert contest is fair game. Cardiel is padless, Danny Way rules it, and Mike Frazier tosses a Cab blunt backside revert.
  • Classics: Bricktown, NJ Contest '94

    Classics: Bricktown, NJ Contest '94
    You may cringe or cheer, but Phelps narrates some footage that all-too-accurately captures a long-gone skate era. Koston, McKay, Kareem, Duffy, and others deal with clueless crowds.
  • Classics: Jon Allie

    Classics: Jon Allie
    Jon Allie pretty much killed it in 2002. Talk about goin' Zero. All that and Slayer—fuck yeah!
  • Classics: Ft. Miley—The Hip Is Hard

    Classics: Ft. Miley—The Hip Is Hard
    Coco is harder. Noah Peacock, Drehobl, Dill; they all came and got some.
  • Classics: EMB—In The Day

    Classics: EMB—In The Day
    Talkin' classic Karl Watson, Lee Smith, Mike Carroll, and Greg Hunt.
  • Classics: Jeremy Klein and Heath Kirchart

    Classics: Jeremy Klein and Heath Kirchart
    Expensive suits were ruined, a van was totaled, and Jeremy almost went up in flames in the botched ender of Birdhouse's "The End." Permits and emergency personnel can't always save the day.